Yes. I know it is International Women’s Day.
So what has changed since last year? Huh?
Well groomed, and walk tall, and the goodlookers make money. Just breed, and bring in my money.
And if you don’t look right, you are out on your arse. Or on the streets. In fact, if you do look right you are on the streets.
Life’s a bitch.
For women. And dogs.
You can look up the token gestures towards IWD yourself. Free cinema tickets in China for IWD – please the women and let them go to the cinema?
And the best one from the Independent:
Various events over the last year have shown beyond doubt that there are gender inequality issues the world over that desperately need to be dealt with.
Holy fucking shit. I rest my case.
That is such an acute perceptive comment. Really. There are a few gender inequality issues in the world? Like women being raped, killed, sold into sex slavery, being discriminated against at work assuming they can even get a job?
Class journalism there. Gender inequality issues. FFS – how about saying what the score is?
International Women’s Day 2013 has given people the chance to speak out against these issues, and to have their voices heard on a global scale. Questions this year have been raised about how single women are treated in the UK and India, what the biggest issues facing women today are, and how women are treated in our national press. The day has also given people the opportunity to share where progress is being made, as in the case of women in the Arab World’s changing ability to speak out about their problems.
Seriously. What a load of trite shite. And just utter bollocks.
I despair. I’m off to read about that extremely nasty Jack Higgins character called Sean Dillon who shoots the shit out of everyone.
Because fiction is more realistic than International Women’s Day.